Often reserved for the rooms of the youngest, the loft beds have many advantages to offer for small spaces like studios. In one place or two places, they can be used as much for a person living alone as for a couple thanks to dimensions varying from 90x190cm to 140x200cm. In terms of space saving, the mezzanine bed allows you to have the furniture and sometimes to arrange a small convivial space like a coffee table and a few chairs for example. Some beds have besides the sleeping, a sofa or a desk in their lower part. For style, two types of materials are frequently found in loft beds, wood and steel or metal. In raw wood, the loft bed offers a warm, sometimes even mountain, aspect. In painted wood, black, white or wenge for example, the loft bed offers a more contemporary look. In steel or metal, raw or lacquered, the mezzanine bed is made more urban by its often dark colors and its tubular structure. Finally, some brands such as Espace Loggia stand out by offering fully retractable beds. They can thus be lowered to the ground and then raised to the ceiling by a system of slides. Prices are therefore higher than a standard loft bed (count at least 1900 euros). But to better visualize these mezzanine beds, here are seven models offered by six different brands.